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We are pleased to publish this communication from IndustrySim.
We are IndustrySim, a small European engineering team, developing a serious gaming platform that teaches about real-life manufacturing industry.
The IndustrySim Virtual Platform will allow to quickly build a fully-functioning model of an industrial facility, with multiple events that occur there, and then play a game of them.
Behind all scenarios that the players design and manage, there are industry-grade calculations ensuring that the created solutions would work in the real world. It makes the platform also a very effective tool to boost new ideas and innovations, especially with the planned cooperation features.
The cornerstone of the current content is the production and consumption of energy, but we aim to address many more fields of the manufacturing industry.
is place to show off your work, talk with the audience, gain feedback and being
part of a broader community of practitioners and visionaries. This year’s theme
is Impact and we are looking for serious games and projects that can have a
positive effect in society, environment, human relationships etc.
are looking for digital and non-digital games, from industry and academia
(student projects are more than welcome) that are applying effective approaches
to innovative ideas.
conference participation fee for those who wishes to join only the exhibition.